Iran's First Vice President Es’haq Jahangiri downplayed the effects of US sanctions, saying that his country has found new customers for crude oil.
First VP: Iran finds new customers for oil exports
Iran exported minerals valued at $5.1 billion during March 21-September 22, 2018, indicating a 9.5-percent growth compared to the figure for the same period last year.
Six-month mineral exports up 9% exceeding $5b
Treading carefully among his sprawling green plants in the Nile Delta, Egyptian farmer Fatuh Khalifa fills his arms with fluffy white cotton picked by his workers.
Egypt seeks to weave cotton renaissance
The European Central Bank should keep its policy options open and not let itself be influenced by the Federal Reserve, ECB policymaker Francois Villeroy de Galhau said on Sunday.
ECB should keep policy options open regardless of Fed
China's central bank continued to pump cash into the money market in September to meet demand for liquidity from financial institutions.
China's central bank injects liquidity into market in September
The window of opportunity for safeguarding global growth is "narrowing" as trade disputes deepen and emerging markets face fiscal crisis, the IMF said Saturday, warning countries against worsening things by weaponizing currency and interest-rate policies.
IMF warns of window ‘narrowing’ for global economy
Iran ready to cooperate with UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on developing the value chain of Iranian saffron as part of efforts to boost marketing in Iran and expand export network for the product.
CORC ready to cooperate with FAO on saffron export: Shirzad
Senior Iranian and Indian trade officials in a meeting in New Delhi reviewed ways to bolster relations, particularly in developing Chabahar port in southeastern Iran.
Iran, India discuss expanding cooperation to develop Chabahar

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